Semantix becomes a platinum sponsor of Translators without Borders

Semantix has now chosen to be a platinum sponsor of the non-profit organisation Translators Without Borders. Semantix has been a sponsor for several years now, as the organisation does a job that is a perfect fit with the language company’s mission and values.

Translators Without Borders (TWB) is a non-profit organisation that provides language and translation support for humanitarian and other non-profit organisations at global level. Semantix has been helping them to do this since 2012 and is therefore one of TWB’s oldest sponsors. The language company has now chosen to upgrade its membership from gold to platinum.

“Our core business consists of interpretation and translation. For decades we have been bringing people together and tearing down language barriers. Contributing to Translators Without Borders’ work is a no-brainer, as it is completely in line with our mission,” says Semantix CEO Patrik Attemark.

Another reason why Semantix is now extending its support is that the company sees this as an important part of Semantix’s overall strategy of helping people in need in a way that closely ties in with the company’s business ethos.

“In view of our purpose and our strong human values, we are pleased to continue and increase our contribution to the important work that Translators without Borders does," continues Patrik Attemark.

Semantix is ​​the leading provider of translation and interpreting services in the Nordic region, with almost 50 years of experience. Clients include both small and large companies and public authorities in various industries. Semantix has turnover of approximately SEK 900 million and has offices in Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, China, Chile and Spain. The company has approximately 450 employees and approximately 8,500 freelance language experts in its network in total. Semantix is ​​majority owned by the private equity fund Segulah V L.P.